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- TNA SP 12/109, 15. 1576 October (2). Report made by order of the Lord Treasurer, on the difference between cloths for length, breadth, and goodness before and after they are dressed.
- TNA SP 12/109, 16. 1576 October 2. W[illiam?] D[avison ?] to T. C. In behalf of his cousin, the bearer, repairing to Court about his special affairs.
- TNA SP 12/109, 17. 1576 October 2. W[illiam?] D[avison ?] to Lord B. [Burghley ?]. In favour of A.B. a gentleman of York, his cousin.
- TNA SP 12/109, 18. 1576 October 5. Sir Wm. Wynter and Wm. Holstok to the Council. Employment of the Bark of Boulogne to convey a boat to Harwich. Her desertion, by the instigation of merchants of Ipswich, to convoy two of their ships to Dunkirk, and capture of the whole by the Flushingers.
- TNA SP 12/109, 19. 1576 October 20. Orders and decrees made by Sir Rowland Haywarde, and others, Commissioners of Sewers. Concerning the navigation of the river Lea from Enfield to Lea-mouth.
- TNA SP 12/109, 20. 1576 October 21? The Mayor, Aldermen, &c., of Newcastle-on-Tyne, to the Council. Complaining of their charter being infringed by the arrest of John Baxter, a burgess of their town, by a process issued out of the Admiralty, in London.
- TNA SP 12/109, 21. 1576 October 26. Injunctions given by Bishop Scambler to be observed in the Cathedral Church of Peterborough.
- TNA SP 12/109, 22. 1576 October Ground plan of improvements and alterations to be made in Windsor Castle. [By Henry Hawthorn ?]
- TNA SP 12/109, 23. 1576 October? Estimate of the expense of a wall 10 feet long, 20 feet high, and 6 feet thick, for the terrace at Windsor Castle.
- TNA SP 12/109, 24. 1576 October? Petition of John Doughtye to the Earl of Leicester. Prays him to intercede with the Council for his release from prison. Has been six months in the common gaol, "a very noysom place, replenished with misery."
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